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Statements on the SOTU1/21/2015

This year’s State of the Union Address was not a surprise to most viewers — it was evident that the President is aware of the fact that his term is winding down and he no longer needs the vote of the American people. His plan is to accomplish his goals — with or without the […]  READ MORE

President Passes on Paris1/14/2015

There are few instances in history where an issue has the power to unite two leaders, separated by tension, and make them willing to put aside their differences and link arms in solidarity. This past weekend, terrorism was that issue. Both Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas joined 40 world leaders […]  READ MORE

Death-defending in December1/8/2015

Glamour Magazine  showed one side of the end-of-life issue this holiday season, but unless you looked closely, you probably would’ve missed it. Within Glamour’s Annual “31 Ways to Give Back This Holiday Season” you’ll find inspiring ideas like “Help all girls get an education!  Bring hope to a refugee! House a Veteran!  Help domestic violence […]  READ MORE

“Cromnibus” Rammed Through, Deadline Extended to Saturday for Final Passage12/12/2014

Earlier this week, House Republican Leadership introduced their 1603-page “Cromnibus.”  A spending measure created by a continuing resolution and omnibus. This legislation, H.R. 83, is a massive $1.1 trillion end of year spending package which, when passed by the Senate, will fund the government. The House unveiled the final language of this gigantic bill late […]  READ MORE

The CIA Cover Up of Jonathan Gruber12/10/2014

Did you hear the statements MIT economist and ObamaCare author Jonathan Gruber made yesterday to the House committee? Me neither. I was instead bombarded with the left’s promulgation of the report that the CIA “mislead the American people” during the Bush Administration. The Senate unveiled one of the strongest criticisms of the CIA in 40 […]  READ MORE

Starring and Scarring: Tinseltown’s Child Sex Abuse Problem11/25/2014

This month, Hollywood’s dirtiest secret may finally get the public exposure and national attention it warrants. As the documentary, An Open Secret, is set to debut, it is more than fitting to address the despicable exploitation of child stars that has gone on for years under the radar. The documentary is a compilation of personal […]  READ MORE

Are You Smarter Than Your Fifth Grader11/24/2014

Your daughter is going on and on about Instagram and Twitter and Snapchat and her recent “selfie.” She has no idea that this is all Greek to you. Heck, you clocked out at “Instagram” and are still racking your brain as to why she would want “Insta-grahams” delivered when you just bought a box at […]  READ MORE

Freedom and Service – Veterans Day11/11/2014

G.K Chesterton once said: “Courage is almost a contradiction in terms. It means a strong desire to live taking the form of readiness to die.” This Veterans Day, let’s thank the 20 million veterans in the United States of America. Selfless men and women who have sacrificed more than we can begin to imagine in […]  READ MORE

Landrieu’s Sexist Bigots11/4/2014

There were three races since the onset of the election campaign that most pundits believed would flip from Democrat to Republican: Arkansas, Louisiana and North Carolina. Most voters would’ve guessed that if any of those three candidates were to slip up, it would have been Sen. Kay Hagan, a candidate who was facing re-election for […]  READ MORE

The Importance of Being Ernst11/4/2014

Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst taught Sen. Tom Harkin what true class looks like after he said, “I don’t care if she’s as good looking as Taylor Swift or as nice as Mr. Rogers, but if she votes like Michele Bachmann, she’s wrong for the state of Iowa.” Ernst replied by stating she was going […]  READ MORE

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